Please support the publicly-minded businesses and companies that offer their financial support to Wonder & Wisdom for our programs serving children and seniors. To learn how your business can become a Wonder & Wisdom sponsor, please contact Seniors Program Coordinator Heidi Krantz or Executive Director Jim Flint at 802.533.9370.

Thank you Sponsors

Great Big Graphics has served Vermont as a leading graphic design company and boutique sign and car wrap provider for more than 30 years. GBG's mission is to provide graphic branding services and products that are artfully crafted, and uniquely suited to each client. Based in Morrisville, Vermont, Great Big Graphics provided invaluable technical assistance and in-kind support to help Wonder & Wisdom upgrade and transform its web site to a new platform. 

Based in Morrisville, Vermont, Concept2 began in 1976 when Dick and Pete Dreissigacker started making composite racing oars. In 1981, the Concept2 Indoor Rower was created, which swiftly became the best-selling rowing machine in the world. Now several models later, it’s used every day by Olympic athletes, cardiac rehab patients, individuals at home and every caliber of rower in-between. Since those early days Concept2 has grown to more than 80 employees, and their product line includes oars, the indoor rower and the SkiErg. The goal is to promote and encourage the growth of rowing, both indoors and outdoors, as a lifelong activity, accessible to all.

Since 1979, the Calderwood Agency has provided Northern Vermont customers with top-notch service. Based in Hardwick, Vermont, the Calderwood Agency realizes that protecting valuable assets is serious business, and providing customers with affordable insurance solutions is the highest priority. Mike Gauthier is a Certified Insurance Counselor with a high level of expertise.

Keene-Medical-LogoKeene Medical Products began in 1975 as a small storefront in Keene, New Hampshire. The company has grown  since then to become an industry leader in home care with 12 convenient locations throughout Vermont and New Hampshire.